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CALLING ALL SHEEP PRODUCERS…

WHO WANT TO IMPROVE THEIR LAMB AND EWE SURVIVAL!

If the 2018 lambing season highlighted some opportunities for you to improve your ewe and lamb survival, you’re not alone. Industry-wide, reproductive efficiency has been identified as a top priority for lifting productivity, profitability and improved animal welfare standards. Lifting Lamb Survival is a practical on-farm training program focusing on learning and applying management practices to improve lamb and ewe survival. The program runs from pre-lambing to until after marking with four separate sessions, including three workshops held at a demonstration farm, and one visit to each participant’s property. Lifting Lamb Survival is delivered in Tasmania by Leanne Sherriff and Georgia McCarthy from Macquarie Franklin. The 2019 program will start in the first week of July.

 What you will learn:

  • Strategies to improve lamb survival and reduce ewe wastage
  • Best practice management for lambing
  • How to prepare the ewes and their lambing paddocks to enable better lambing
  • How to increase the kilograms of wool and/or lamb produced per hectare

For more information

For more information provide the link to the attached flyer. Lifting Lamb Survival Flyer TAS 2019

A minimum of six business are required for a Lifting Lamb Survival 2019 group to go ahead. Groups can be delivered anywhere in Tasmania where there is enough interest.

If you have any questions or are would like to register your interest in participating please contact Georgia McCarthy gmccarthy@macfrank.com.au or 0400 763 904

 


                         26 July 2019  –  The Tramsheds  –  Launceston

 

The 7th annual Red Meat Updates will be held on Friday, 26 July 2019

Where:    The Tramsheds Centre, Launceston

Time:        9:00am – 5:30pm

The theme for the 2019 event is ‘Getting down to business’ and will showcase presentations focusing on business and people management.

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Web: www.redmeatupdates.com

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